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My Life Depends on You

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Recently, my schedule changed, so I had to change my weekly attendance to a different OA meeting. Sadly, the new meeting has been disappointing. The turnout is rarely more than five or six people. Sometimes, only two are there to get the meeting started, and several members show up late. This type of behavior in recovery is disturbing to me since my OA sponsors have always stressed showing up early, helping set up, and being available to speak with newcomers before the meeting starts. That said, I also know that it only takes two to make a meeting, so I

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